Spring Schedule

Spring 2022

Workshops Take Place on Tuesdays 12:00 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.

Meetings Marked * will be by Zoom: link will be sent in weekly email announcement.  To be put on weekly email list, contact: Barbara Ruth

In Person Location: 434 College Street.  Status may change due to Covid-19 restrictions, so check back before attending.

January 25 - Zoom Social*

February 1 - Prospectus Writing Workshop*

February 8 - Jane Pryma, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of ConnecticutStates of Suffering: Fiscal Conservatism, Social Policy, and the Medicalization of Chronic Pain in the United States and France*

February 15 -  Jiwon Yun, Yale University, Rethinking Queer Friendly Spaces: Straight and Queer Voices from a Queer-Friendly Choir in South Korea*

February 22 -  Muhammad Amasha, Yale University, The Muslim Clerics (Ulama) and the Arab Spring: A Comparative Sociology of Intellectuals’ Politics*

March 1 - Brian Sargent, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Letting Go of the Past?: Racial optimism, political time, and the challenge of implementing antiracist policy

March 8 -  Dan Menchik, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Arizona, Managing Medical Authority

March 15 - Navigating the Non-Academic and Alt-Ac Job Market: A Panel of Yale Sociology Alumni *

March 22 - Spring Break

March 29 - Break

April 5 -  Chloe Sariego, Yale University, Bodies, Borders, and Babies: Mapping Reproductive Normativity and Violence Towards a Trans Theory of the State

April 12 - Anjanette Chan Tack, Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University, When Gender Shapes Racial Alignment: Gendered Racial Schemas and Black/Asian Identity Choice

April 19 - Demar Lewis, Yale University, Unveiling the Trauma of the Routine: Illuminating Levels of Persisting Inequity in Conceptions of Community Safety

April 26 - Kimberly Kay Hoang, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago: Spiderweb Capitalism: How Global Elites Exploit Frontier Markets*